Jordan Brown

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My dad didn’t talk about emotions when I was a kid. I never thought he would. But after a family mental health crisis and my being open about my own struggles, he changed. He’s grown so much over the years and attributes a lot of it to the help I gave him. We’ve grown together.
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Fear of failure doesn't mean you're a failure. It's just an emotional response to the unknown, something that none of us can control. But fear means you care, and you can use that caring spirit to your advantage.
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My dad didn’t talk about emotions when I was a kid. I never thought he would. But after a family mental health crisis and my being open about my own struggles, he changed. He’s grown so much over the years and attributes a lot of it to the help I gave him. We’ve grown together.
I love poetry. I’m getting back into writing more of it.
Knowing what you’re doing in life is a myth. There will always be doubt and that is perfectly healthy. It’s how you embrace that doubt that matters. I don’t always get it right, but I try my best and try to live by example. It’s not easy.
Life is A tapestry Of bright colors Yet to be named For it's not over, by far Because you're not over Painting it into existence #poetry
Losing your mental health is one of the scariest things imaginable. This is a big reason why we don't talk about it. If we're being honest, we know how close we are to having it happen.
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Do you like poetry?
If you are serious about your mental health, be serious about getting to know yourself. Developing self-awareness is everything and is the only way you'll make decisions that are right for you.
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If you are serious about your mental health, be serious about getting to know yourself. Developing self-awareness is everything and is the only way you'll make decisions that are right for you.
Relationships are absolutely everythng. The most meaningful experiences in my life have all been in relation to other people. Life without relationships is meaningless.
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Kindness never goes out of style.
Journaling is cheaper than therapy. Of course, sometimes you need therapy. But taking time to write and reflect every day is transformational.
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Thank you - @JPBrown5 - for the call out in your newsletter🧡 I was sitting there like... "where did all these subscribers come from!?" Now I know - huge motivation boost preview.mailerlite.com/l4q2d4e7q9/197…j
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Losing your mental health is one of the scariest things imaginable. This is a big reason why we don't talk about it. If we're being honest, we know how close we are to having it happen.
Journaling is cheaper than therapy. Of course, sometimes you need therapy. But taking time to write and reflect every day is transformational.
Depression is the hardest thing I've been through. Everything else seems easier by comparison.
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Relationships are absolutely everythng. The most meaningful experiences in my life have all been in relation to other people. Life without relationships is meaningless.
Do you think journaling is helpful?
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I'm a man with mental health issues. I talk about them so other men feel OK coming forward. Are you with me?
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This is SO encouraging. The reason I asked is that I accepted a part-time position in May to help grow a journaling app I've been using for a year, Reflection.app. It has changed my life, and I'm trying to understand how journaling helps people with their mental health.
Depression is the hardest thing I've been through. Everything else seems easier by comparison.
Anxiety is a daily reality for me. It never goes away. As much as I hate that, I also know it has made me who I am. Anxiety has made me stronger and more self-aware.
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I'm a man with mental health issues. I talk about them so other men feel OK coming forward. Are you with me?
Do you think journaling is helpful?
The fact that you have to fight like hell to get the care you need in our mental health system is not a reflection on you. You're a survivor for even trying.
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The fact that you have to fight like hell to get the care you need in our mental health system is not a reflection on you. You're a survivor for even trying.
It's very hard to improve your mental health by accident. It almost always starts with a clear decision to do something. Clearly deciding makes it real in your heart, and your mind and body will soon follow. If you set the intention, you're halfway there.
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Real strength is admitting when your mental health is bad and taking the time you need to recharge.
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Truth. Your ability to preserve sanity is determined by how much we f the system you can avoid (or, rarely, make work for you). If you are someone not good with details or paperwork or don’t speak “the right way”, this system will destroy you. twitter.com/JPBrown5/statu…
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The mental health system is not just broken. It's never worked. Unfortunately, the people who best learn to navigate the system get the best results. We need more resources to teach people this important skill.
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After my first break in 2.5 YEARS for my sister's wedding, I'll be sending out the weekly issue of The Mental Health Update tomorrow.🧠🧠 I have some great resources lined up: - A book I've been loving - One of the most meaningful poems - Sites to check out Link in my profile!
Real strength is admitting when your mental health is bad and taking the time you need to recharge.
Every time I’m in an airport I think of the word sonder, “the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own." I wonder what hidden struggles people deal with. You never know what someone is going through.
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Fear of failure doesn't mean you're a failure. It's just an emotional response to the unknown, something that none of us can control. But fear means you care, and you can use that caring spirit to your advantage.
Anxiety is a daily reality for me. It never goes away. As much as I hate that, I also know it has made me who I am. Anxiety has made me stronger and more self-aware.
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This is one of the main reasons I write and journal. It helps me process where I’ve been and where I’m going.
It’s so hard seeing your parents get older. It’s unnerving being stronger than your dad. It’s human to experience what you’re experiencing.
Does anyone else ever feel, “How the heck did I end up where I am? What does it all MEAN?”
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Every time I’m in an airport I think of the word sonder, “the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own." I wonder what hidden struggles people deal with. You never know what someone is going through.
Does anyone else ever feel, “How the heck did I end up where I am? What does it all MEAN?”
Anxiety is a daily reality for me. It never goes away. As much as I hate that, I also know it has made me who I am. Anxiety has made me stronger and more self-aware.
You will never regret the time you invest in improving your mental health. You will never view as a waste the work you do on yourself.
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Flash forward several years, and now The Mental Health Update goes out to 5,000 subscribers. I get to talk about what I love and connect with inspiring people. Amazing. newsletter.thementalhealthupdate.com
I started writing about mental health online in 2016. It was a way to process my feelings and the doubts I had about my career choices. I thought people would laugh at me. But the more I wrote, the clearer my thinking got. It's one of the best decisions I've ever made.
Becoming mentally strong is not easy. It requires you to face your demons and actually confront them. Eventually, you get to a point of acceptance that only you can understand. Those private battles are for YOU, silent proof that you've built yourself up from the ground floor.
You will never regret the time you invest in improving your mental health. You will never view as a waste the work you do on yourself.
It's very hard to improve your mental health by accident. It almost always starts with a clear decision to do something. Clearly deciding makes it real in your heart, and your mind and body will soon follow. If you set the intention, you're halfway there.
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